Classification, Champion Of The World! The BBFC's Roald Dahl Film Quiz
Can you tell a Snozzcumber from a Whizzpopper? Or a Tortoise from a Esiotrot? Take on our Roald Dahl film classification quiz today.
Which one of the following Roald Dahl adaptations is rated U?
True or False: Fantastic Mr. Fox is Wes Anderson’s only PG-rated feature film to date.
Which of the following Roald Dahl film adaptations received cuts for its original theatrical release?
True or False: Roald Dahl was involved in writing an X-rated film?
What classification did the film adaptation of Roald Dahl's 36 HOURS originally receive in 1964?
Which Roald Dahl film adaptation, from 2005, was given the content advice ‘contains mild language and peril’.
To which Roald Dahl film is this BBFC examiner referring in their report for the film's first video submission? "At 26.40 we have a hen with a paper cone over its face lying drugged...Roald Dahl is seen by many parents as a subversive writer so this film can be passed 'U' (Roald Dahl allowance?) with their understanding."
Which adaptation of THE BFG carries the higher classification?
Which film, ultimately classified U, is this BBFC examiner referring to in their report for the original theatrical submission? "As a direct comparison to NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS (PG) the trademark 'darkness' of Tim Burton is actually restrained and there is an overwhelming sense of magic and wonderment generated in this delightful adaptation of Dahl's story."
Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory is a musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic story. Which other U-rated musical film had a screenplay co-authored by Roald Dahl?